Many East Lyme residents are fascinated and curious of the work being done on the new 161 Interchange. The scope of the project is immense and is unprecedented in the history of CT DOT. During this presentation, experts will describe the environmental and engineering complexities that are being undertaken, such as protecting wetlands, waiting for nesting owls to vacate, creating a new bridge and the planting of hundreds of native plant species- trees, shrubs and perennials.
Friday, March 8, 2024 10:00AM to 12:00PM
DOT Field Office
339 Flanders Road
Latimer Brook Commons, East Lyme
Speakers: DOT Project Engineer, Andrew Millovitsch; Robert Obey, Resident Engineer; Susan Fiedler, DOT Landscape Architect and Andrew Piraneo of DEEP Environmental Resource Compliance Unit will host the public at their Field Office which is equipped with computer imaging that will assist with their presentations.
East Lyme Commission for the Conservation of Natural Resources and Pollinator Pathway East Lyme 2024 Winter Lecture Series